Stroker Posted January 19, 2013 Report Share Posted January 19, 2013 Hello, The start pretty much determines whether you lead or chase after the chaos of the first corner is sorted out.I have observed riders starting fourth on the grid charge to first because they had a great start. From the start line until the braking marker for the first corner, it is pretty much a drag race.Therefore, i wanted opinions on this - 1. What is the correct way to shift, with or without the clutch on bikes without quickshifters and other hardware that helps shifting? On a Cbr 250 for example, how would you shift after the launch? 2.If you shift without the clutch, do you decrease throttle a bit and then shift like always or is it different? I usually shift without the clutch at 4-5k rpm and it goes smooth as silk.At higher Rpm's and near red line, i haven't tried this.What is the correct way? Is it different on two strokes? Both these questions are with respect to smaller bikes of 150-250 cc displacement.Is it different on bigger bikes with more power? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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